The green belt is a major industry in the U.K. but it’s not without its troubles.
The industrial belt has been growing steadily since the 1970s, and according to the Green Belt Institute, there are over 60,000 industrial facilities operating in the country.
Many of these are large and complex.
They employ tens of thousands of people and have many, many different types of equipment, including waste disposal, waste treatment, air purification, power generation, and other industries.
As the economy has become more dependent on the green belt, there has been an increasing demand for green industries.
But according to a new study by the Greenbelt Institute, green industries don’t generate much green economy.
In fact, they often don’t do much to help the environment either.
The report found that in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, the green industry generates about 1.5 percent of the total energy consumption in the economy, and the rest is made up of the production and transportation of goods and services.
That means that for every 1.6 million metric tons of energy used in manufacturing, the Green belt is responsible for only 0.4 metric tons.
The industry also contributes to the carbon footprint of the U: green belts are responsible for roughly 2.3 million metric pounds of CO2 emissions a year.
And even with all of this pollution, the industries are still thriving.
The green economy is growing in the United Kingdom, where green belts account for nearly a third of the economy.
And the industry is thriving because of the availability of green technology, especially for the manufacturing sector.
The U.S. is the only developed country where the green economy has not yet blossomed into an economic engine of the future.
But that’s not the case for many other countries, and in the future the green economies of the world will likely need to be more sustainable.